NLFL Job Posting – Clerk Permanent

September 21, 2023

Job Overview

The Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour (NLFL) is currently seeking a Clerk – Permanentto join our small but mighty team at our St. John’s Office.  The Clerk is the first point of contact between the NLFL and the public.  This is a key position on our NLFL team that supports the day-to-day operations of our office and helps us to stay organized and well-prepared to carry out our work on behalf of workers in Newfoundland and Labrador.

The NLFL is an umbrella labour organization representing 70,000 unionized workers who are members of 25 affiliated unions in every community in Newfoundland and Labrador.  We advocate for improved workplace rights and stronger laws including occupational health and safety laws, as well as workers’ compensation and Employment Insurance programs that are fair and there when people need them.  We stand up for the principles of equity and social justice, and we work with our affiliate unions and community partners to build a better world for all.

The NLFL offers a supportive and progressive unionized work environment, but more than that, we offer an opportunity to be a part of the movement to advance workers’ rights.  We are seeking a candidate with strong social justice principles and an understanding of the role of the labour movement in society.  This position would suit an experienced and driven individual who possesses strong organizational and administrative skills, and can engage with NLFL members and the general public with superior communications skills.

View the full job posting here.

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